Volunteers Demetrius Gay, left, and Peter Szajna covered a window with plastic sheeting as he and his teammates worked to winterize the home of Mattie and Marvin Robertson during WinterBlitz, hosted by the Community Action Council in collaboration with Kentucky Utilities and Kentucky American Water. About 100 volunteers on more than 20 teams participated in the program.
Volunteers Demetrius Gay, left, and Peter Szajna covered a window with plastic sheeting as he and his teammates worked to winterize the home of Mattie and Marvin Robertson during WinterBlitz, hosted by the Community Action Council in collaboration with Kentucky Utilities and Kentucky American Water. About 100 volunteers on more than 20 teams participated in the program. Herald-Leader
Volunteers Demetrius Gay, left, and Peter Szajna covered a window with plastic sheeting as he and his teammates worked to winterize the home of Mattie and Marvin Robertson during WinterBlitz, hosted by the Community Action Council in collaboration with Kentucky Utilities and Kentucky American Water. About 100 volunteers on more than 20 teams participated in the program. Herald-Leader

Volunteers help winterize low-income Lexington residents' homes

November 16, 2013 04:18 PM

UPDATED November 16, 2013 10:07 PM

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